CampbellReith has provided a wide range of engineering consultancy services for The London Borough of Camden on the £20m redevelopment of Greenwood Place in Camden. The works involved the construction of two blocks on two separate sites located on Greenwood Place.
First, a concrete framed seven storey residential block located at north end of Greenwood Place and facing Highgate Road. The residential building will incorporate two set of assisted living units, as well as a small Community Enterprise unit on the ground floor.
Second, a concrete framed, three storey block with steel frame elements, incorporating community resource centre including a centre for independent living and a hydrotherapy suite located in the central part of the Greenwood Place. The centre will include green roof, which is designed for use as allotment garden by disabled centre clients, as well as two storey basement incorporating a hydrotherapy pool and energy centre.
CampbellReith’s services included full structural design, site investigation, piling and foundations design, basement impact assessment, transport assessment, all users site accessibility audit, drainage design and design of the off-site highway improvements allowing safe access for all future clients while allowing for the access and servicing needs of nearby businesses and venues.
GIS was used to illustrate transport methods and site accessibility as well as highlighting historic land uses in both on site and in the surrounding area.
CampbellReith was also responsible for coordinating noise and air quality assessments and Mechanical and Electrical services design for the proposed development.